It’s Friday and time to take a look at what’s been added onto Disney+ in the United Kingdom and Ireland today. There is a wide selection of different movies and documentaries from across Disney’s studios including the latest instalment in the Terminator franchise.

Here’s the rundown:


Mia Brooks, an incredible dancer who’s afraid to dance and prevented from doing so by home responsibilities, meets a hip-hop crew that shows her a different way of dancing.

Adventure Thru The Walt Disney Archives

The documentary is a celebration of The Walt Disney Archives’ for its 50th anniversary and is hosted by legendary producer Don Hahn. The film looks at beloved Disney icons, including its theme parks and Studio lot, through an engaging, historical lens, as Hahn speaks with Walt Disney Archives director Becky Cline and other members of the Archives team. Each stop on the adventure offers a look at some of the iconic artifacts that have played a role in shaping The Walt Disney Company. The film, directed by John Gleim, features new interviews with Disney Executive Chairman Bob Iger, Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige, Pixar’s Pete Docter, film historian Leonard Maltin, and many more.

Jaguar Beach Battle

Host Filipe DeAndrade travels to a beach in Costa Rica to witness jaguars hunt sea turtles. He analyses their predator-prey relationship with the help of video footage.

Little Giant

Imagine a baby elephant’s view of the herd: a forest of giant legs and trunks, constant elephant chatter, and the unending search for food and water. This intimate view provides a unique opportunity to experience the life of a herd through the stories of individuals: characters with backstories, personalities, quirks and desires. Working on the ground with leading elephant behavior experts and the best natural history filmmakers, Little Giant: A Baby Elephant’s Journey takes you into the thick of the action at the herd’s big social events – the knock-down fights, emotional reunions and joyful births.

Water and Power: A California Heist

In California’s convoluted water system, water barons find ways to structure a state-engineered system to their own advantage. This examination shows how small farmers and everyday citizens are facing the drought and a new, debilitating water crisis.

Ocean’s Breath

Documentary exploring the past, present and future of coral reefs, searching for solutions that will help save these ancient life-sustaining ecosystems from being destroyed.

Patagonia Wings

Writer Sylvain Tesson accompanies the French High Moutain Military Group in their Patagonia expedition. United by the same love of moutaineering, they want to pay tribute to the Aéropostale’s heroes – Mermoz, Saint-Exupéry and Guillaumet – climbing the Fitz Roy range’s and jumping from one of its summits.

The Next Mega Tsunami

Ten years after one of the most deadly tsunamis ever known, shocking evidence suggests that more of the world’s coasts could be in grave danger.

Port Security Hamburg

Join staff at Europe’s second busiest port. With 10,000 shipments entering every day, 2,000 customs officers work tirelessly to halt illegal activity at Germany’s ‘Gateway to the World’

1917: One Year, Two Revolutions

Between February and October 1917, Imperial Russia, once deemed eternal, plunges into revolution. Nine months of popular and spontaneous revolt, fueled by the weariness of the Great War. Nine months of hopes, freedom and democratic aspirations, chronicled at that time by a journalist stationed in Petrograd, shedding a new light on this period. Nine months of unrest and uncertainties, before a coup brought about an upheaval that changed the course of History and profoundly altered the future of civilization.

World’s Biggest Tiger Shark

Marine biologist, Kori Garza and underwater cameraman, Andy Casagrande are in French Polynesia and on the trail of Kamakai, a huge female Tiger shark first seen by Kori six months ago on a research dive.

Hippo vs Croc

Two of Africa’s deadliest gladiators – hippos and crocs have lived side by side for millennia, but are they cozy bedfellows or arch-enemies? One is a hefty herbivore, the other is the most successful freshwater predator on the planet, so how do they manage to survive together in the same habitat? They each have a unique arsenal of attributes honed by centuries of evolution; muscle power, bite force and ferocious dentition give them the edge in their environment. But once a year, their peaceful semi-aquatic existence turns into a battle for survival. The dry season pushes both these super-powers to their limits – and each has their own survival strategies. Crocodiles prey off the carcasses of the weak and fallen; 100 million years of evolution has taught them to survive lean times and push forth the next generation. Hippos fight for their dwindling territory and battle to hold onto the remaining water supply. Their ferocious aggression and deadly tusks secure their control over the habitat. But what happens when the two river rivals come up against each other, and who will be the ultimate victor?

Clan of the Meerkats

Tiny meerkats survive in the harsh desert elements and follow the matriarch that is pressured to produce heirs and ensure the family’s survival for generations to come.

Terminator: Dark Fate (2019)

When an advanced Terminator is sent into the past, a cyborg and a seasoned female warrior team up to stop the death of a young woman who is fated to ensure the survival of the human race.

The Family Stone (2005)

A traditionalist and uptight businesswoman goes with her boyfriend to his quirky and outgoing family’s yearly Christmas bash and realises that she is terribly out of place in such an environment.

Flightplan (2005)

Aviation engineer Kyle is flying back to New York with Julia, her six-year-old daughter, and the coffin of her husband. During the flight, Kyle wakes up from a nap and discovers that Julia is missing.

Kingdom of Heaven (2005)

In the twelfth century, blacksmith Balian travels to Jerusalem, a city seething with religious wars. He transforms into a defending warrior who saves the city and its people.

Love in the Forecast (2020)

Leah, an aspiring meteorologist, becomes friends with her neighbour, Mark, who teaches her the importance of trusting nature.

What are you looking forward to watching on Disney+ this weekend?

Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Twitter: Facebook:

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